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sadly i can't rap at all but i'm really digging the production ! good shit dude :)

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not bad at all dude ! nice one :)

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first of all big up cause the track is rly nice ! i dont have much to say a part from the pause that sounds too empty for my taste as everyone mentioned it. but i guess its just a taste thing. i would have personally use more ambience/atmosphere samples at a very low db and a little reverb automation at the end of the vocal.
the track is rly nice overall good one dude !

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WIPs / Re: Trap WIP
« on: May 20, 2017, 12:06:18 pm »
yo dude just listened to the tune ! i really dig it your sub bass sounds tight and the mixdown as well. i feel like your brass stabs could hit harder, lacks low end to me. otherwise the track is good to me :D

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WIPs / Re: woke up a morning and made this
« on: May 20, 2017, 11:46:43 am »
first of all thanks for checking it out ! :D you're actually one of the first person to ever criticise my work and i'm so fucking happy you did ! You're right, the claps could be louder i wasn't sure of it. the oscillating synth is a patch i made in serum and i felt like it was sounding funny but ya maybe i should try another synth, a less piercing one. What about the drums? i'm undecided about the tone of the snare i chose lol
thx for all the tips and criticism !

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Mixing/Mastering / Parallel Compression on Kick/Snare
« on: May 18, 2017, 11:20:24 am »
hi guys, i was actually trying to find a way to get my drums have that punchy feeling in my own tracks. Mussar gave me a really nice tip that is parallel compression. So i made my research on it and as far as i know, it is possible to achieve this on ableton with basically the Glue Compressor as an insert effect as long as the dry/wet knob is at 50%. Does this mean that both signals, the compressed one and the "harmonious" one are mixed together on a track? or am i wrong somewhere? At least it feels like my Kick/snare sounds way more punchy and it still has really nice dynamics. Would love to hear your techniques, or learn if im wrong somewhere. thx guys

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Finished Tracks / Re: First DnB track
« on: May 18, 2017, 10:39:53 am »
definetely liked it ! i felt like i was sitting on the top of a big hill thinking about the good things in life.
the mix sounds really clean as well !

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shit duuuude i didnt know u made a hell of a dnb tune big up on this one really liking the vibe of it !

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WIPs / woke up a morning and made this
« on: May 17, 2017, 12:33:29 pm »
hi guys its me again, i woke up one morning and got tired of making bass patches and just wanted to have fun with ableton and i made this.
its really just an intro idea but i thought i'd share it to get some feedbacks, criticism.  love u

EDIT : i've upload a newer/better version and would love to get feedbacks, and criticism again lol https://soundcloud.com/user-668608673/stuck-in-my-head/s-BrP6P

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i'm quite "bad" myself since i'm still learning and i'm new to this (been producing for the past 5-6 months only". But i suggest you to start learning music theory if you dont have that will of spending hours and hours looking for a good chord progressions. thats only if you don't have a big musical background. i fucked with synths and arrangement a lot without knowing basic theory when i realized i had to learn it to have an easier time to "express" myself thru music. i'm still learning, also i dont know what kind of emotions u wanna express but i have good sites that could help you understanding music theory a little bit better !

http://edmprod.com/different-chord-types/
http://www.simplifyingtheory.com/extended-chords/

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WIPs / Re: How Do YOU Improve???
« on: May 04, 2017, 12:13:58 pm »
Done ! Hope its gonna help you out with your project best luck to you !

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hi :D i'm not familiar with the original at all but i enjoyed the intro overall, althought i think the instrumental could be louder. A big synth stab right at the drop would make it more powerfull in my opinion even tho it seems generic. i'm really new to production as well so i can't say much about the technical aspect of mixing an entire track but you can definetely make it better by experimenting new sounds to fill out some gasps/emptiness in your tune !

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WIPs / hi guys first real wip (dubstep 150)
« on: April 25, 2017, 07:36:00 am »
Hi guys i'm actually working on a bass tune and i wanted to have ur opinions on it. I'm basically a beginner since its been only 4 months im into this but i'm determined to make my productions better. if u guys have any tips, criticism, mixing techniques i'd be glad to hear them. u can say its shit and give me feedbacks on why u think its shit, i'd rather hear that than just a its alright or its bad and nothing else.
So yeah thank you for listening in the first place !

https://soundcloud.com/user-668608673/some-shit/s-vvpA4

i'm using serum (not using presets), some cymatics and other companies/artists samples, camel crusher and ableton's plugins, nothing's quite mixed yet apart from some basic compression, eqing, and volume automation.
u can find some more info about the wip on the sc link !

thanks again for taking the time

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